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Friday, 29 March, 2002, 12:50 GMT
1990 - Germans deny Diego double
Omam Biyik scores as Cameroon stun holders Argentina in the opening match

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Opening match
Omam Biyik scores the winner as Cameroon defeat holders Argentina
Rene Higuita is upended by a one of his own defenders as he charges out of his penalty area

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Dodgy keeper
Madcap Colombian Rene Higuita kept everyone entertained with his eccentric brand of goalkeeping
David Platt's volley arrows into the top corner of the Belguim goal to book England's passage into the quarter-finals

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Last gasp
David Platt's spectacular volley flies into the Belgian net and England are in the quarter-finals
Paul Gascoigne is in tears after England's loss to Germany. His booking earlier in the game had ruled him out of the final even if England had qualified

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Tears of a clown
Paul Gascoigne sheds a tear or two after England's defeat to Germany in the semi-finals
Salvatore Schillachi celebrates scoring for Italy

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Top Toto
Italy's Salvatore 'Toto' Schillachi was the tournament's top goalscorer
Holland's Frank Rijkaard and Germany's Rudi Voller both recieved their marching orders after a ugly spitting incident

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Double sending-off
Holland's Frank Rijkaard and West Germany's Rudi Voller march off in Milan
The Republic of Ireland's Pat Bonner saves a spot-kick against Romania to put his team into the last eight

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Shoot-out heroics
Ireland's Pat Bonner pulls off a penalty save against Romania
Diego Maradona argues with the referee during Argentina's final defeat to Germany

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Final folly
Diego Maradona protests but nine-man Argentina lose in shameful circumstances
Andreas Brehme sidefoots home the decisive penalty in the final as West Germany beat Argentina 1-0

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Decisive penalty
Andreas Brehme's spot-kick ensures West Germany beat Argentina 1-0
Guido Buchwald holds the World Cup above his head as Germany celebtrate their third world title

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Up for the cup
Germany's Guido Buchwald holds the World Cup aloft after their tense 1-0 over Argentina
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